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A. Oster and T. M. H a r r i s , J . Org. , 4 8 , 4307 ( 1 9 8 3 ) . CH, CH2E 1) 2 nBuLi CH20H CH20H 3) H 2 0 E 62-92% = RX or PhCHO I . A. 5-26 H. Shechter e t a l . , J . Am. Chem. S o c , 105, 6096, 6104 ( 1 9 8 3 ) ; A. R. K a t r i t s k y e t a l . , TetrSHecTron, 3 9 , 4133 (1983). H Br H. E 1) Mg, THF 2)E+ 18-66% E + = M e l , CH 3 C0C1, C 0 2 , M e 3 S i C l , / ° \ CHp-CHp. 5-27 S. G. Davies et a l . , Chem. , 1316 (1983). 2) nBuLi Cr(C0)3 Cr(C0)3 80% 3) Mel Wittig rearrangement suppressed.

Chem. la-ll H. Urabe and I. , 24, 5001 (1983); M. Yamana, T. Ishihara and T. Ando, ibid, 24_9 507 (1983). 05) Cat. la-12 Y. Yamamoto, K. Maruyama and K. Matsumoto, _

Lb-3 R. J. 13, 243 (1983); P. Synth. , U, P. BhadurT, Ind. J. Pariza, F. Kuo and P. L. Fuchs, Synthesis, R. R. Costa, C. C. Lopes and A. V Pinto, 691 (1983); S. Niwas, S. Kumar and A. , 22Β, 524 (1983). 1) 3 H0CH 2 CH 2 0H Me0 2 C TsOH, PhCH-, C0 2 Me 2) Na 2 C0 3 , MeOH C0 2 Me 50% 3) NaH, THF Second Route to product also. lb-4 (1983). H. 0. , J. Org. , 48, 5285 ~" 0. lb-5 J. Ficini, G. , 24, 907 (1983). 1) 1% Aq. NaOH _ ■ 2) 5% Aq. 2. 53 1,2-Additions of N-, S- or Se-Stabilized Carbanions. 2-1 G.

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